Stylianides Chairs Meeting on Coordination Ahead of Winter

December 22, 2021

ATHENS – An online meeting chaired by Climate Crisis and Civil Protection Minister Christos Stylianides with the participation of the representatives of the 13 regions of Greece for the best coordination ahead of the winter period was held on Tuesday.

They discussed issues referring to the better preparation and coordination against possible problems that may occur from heavy snowfall and frost in the road network ahead of winter according to the General Plan for Addressing Emergency Needs and Immediate Management of the Consequences from Snowfall and Frost with code name “Voreas”.

Stylianides said that the response of the whole mechanism to problems that emerged during the last bad weather conditions in the country was effective. On their part, all participants reassured that all necessary preparations ahead of the winter period have been made.


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